Magazines are increasingly going digital.
Source: het Parool
A notorious undercover police officer who infiltrated activist groups in the 90s, now lectures on terrorism policing.
Source: Times Educational Supplement
Illustration on the future position of the (new) 360º filming technique: between film and gaming.
Source: VPRO Dorst
Job van der Molen
posted on January 28, 2015 at 6:26
Collaborative consumption, the modern sharing economy. We don't need to own one of everything ourselves.
Animation for the release of Raif Badawi!
Pegida, a German organization opposed to what they say is the "islamization" of the Western world, has a growing number of supporters. What does this says about Germany?
Source: The International New York Times
Subsidies for (performing) arts
Source: NRC, Cultureel supplement
Illustration for an article about the emancipated grandmothers
Your first day on a new job.
Computerized scheduling leaves low-paid hourly wage workers at the mercy of employers.
Source: The Boston Globe
Me, Myself and Us.
For The New York Times. Thanks to AD NIcholas Blechman.
An illustration for Leore Dayan's weekly column dealing this time with his long time relationship with death.
Source: Ma'arive Newspaper
Portrait of cartoonist Bernard 'Willem' Holtrop
Source: Vrij Nederland
Cloud transition - From box to cloud: An approach for software development executives
Client the New Republic.
The piece is about the lack of humanities classes in the American schools, such as the emphasis on art, music, literacy or philosophy at an early stage of education. And the author suggests some ideas how it can be solved.
If you believe that crude will rise again, the best strategy is to reach for small-cap energy stocks.
(I don't really know what that means either)
Source: Fortune Magazine
7 January 2015
Source: De Volkskrant
Creative intervention. New ways for teachers of helping art students to improve their skills.
Source: WDKA Intervention Report Illustration
Finding Their Feet.
An article about the aims to move away from large traditional care homes for children, to smaller homes that encourage independence. Preparing teenagers to fly the nest.
The tests and rewards of lonesome travelling
Source: The Skinny
We never withdraw
A Philosophy Of Walking.
For The New York Times. Thanks to AD Nicholas Blechman.
07.01 The bloody attack on the editors of the French weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris touches the heart of our uncertain continent.
Source: Het Financieele Dagblad, Thursday 08 January 2015. Article by Ulko Jonker.
The effect of TV on the brain and vice versa.
About the notion of the state
Source: Kultura Liberalna
Illustration about a trend in literature to have a main character that is part of some type of reality show on television. (a.o. Nick Hornby)
Source: VPRO gids
Restoring relations between USA and Cuba
Source: New York Times
Big and popular is not always good. The future of Blue Banana (a discontinuous corridor of urbanisation in Western Europe, with a population of around 111 million. It stretches approximately from North West England in the north to Northern Italy in the south).
Source: Nederlands Magazine
Ever since Edward Snowden's security leaks, comparisons have been made between the NSA and the Stasi, the infamous German security agency during the cold war. Yet there are some important differences.
Memes are like parasites.
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